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OFFICERS Appointments
President Dan Gregorio 2015
Parliamentarian
Vice Pres. Bernie Johnston 2016 Registry Agent
Treasurer Bernie Johnston 2016
Secretary Ed Shuman 2016
Don Wright
Lucinda Warren
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Derm Doyle (2016)
Louie Archambault
(2015)
Vince Demme(2015)
Mandi Harmon-Ashley
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Four Seasons HOA Board of Directors
President
Vice Pres.
Secretary
Treasurer
Parliamentarian
Director
Director
Director Gary Skelding
Janice Lamore
Ernest Simon
Evy McDonaugh
James Cameron
Linda Bodfield
Four Seasons Estates Social Club
OFFICERS AND BOARD MEMBERS
President (or General Chairperson)
Nora Skelding
Vice PresidentGerri Howlett
TreasurerDiane Guckin
SecretaryMandi Harmo n-Ashley
Director of Information
Bob Mendes
Director of Entertainment
Verretta Barton
Director - AssetsAngela Shuman
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Birthdays and Anniversaries
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f there are any corrections or deletions, please feel free to email or call me. Beryle Patton,
727-218-8252. Email: 1hotgranny@tamapbay.rr.com.
January 2015 Birthdays
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Dan Gregorio President, 727-584-8236 Lot #378, email: dmgreg@ao.com
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i everyone,
By the time you receive this newsletter, Christmas, Hanukkah and New Year’s will be
behind us. Jackie and I hope you had blessed Christmas or Hanukkah and wish you a
happy, healthy and wonderful new year.
NOTE TO ALL SHAREHOLDERS: Special Shareholder Meeting Thursday, January 8, at 2:00 PM (NOTE TIME CHANGE FOR MEETING). You should have received
a notice by mail or hand delivered pertaining to this Special meeting and outlining its very
important purpose. If you can not be present at the meeting, please sign and return the proxy
in the stamped, enclosed envelope.
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SHUT OFF VALVES: We will move into the final phase of this project, that of identifying all
sectors of the Park and the valves that control the water flow to them, this month. Many of our
residents will be back in the Park and able to monitor the water to their homes as we turn valves
on and off and record the results. With your cooperation we hope to complete this in a couple
of days. It will make life a lot more comfortable for all of us and will be more cost effective.
OFFICE SPACE UPGRADE: The renovation of the office spaces are virtually complete and
looking terrific. Clay has done a wonderful job on this project. With the completion the renovation let me remind all that the most important reason for this project is to provide privacy for
our residents while doing business with Desiree or Michael. The protocol from now forward
is that the outer door will remain closed and if you see through the windows in the door that
someone is in with Desiree, please have a seat and wait for the person to finish with their business, and then go in.
ROC Units: When Clay finishes putting the final touches on the above renovation he will again
work diligently on rehabbing our remaining 6 coaches. We have said this many times before,
but I will say it again, if you are having someone coming to occupy your coach they need
to be approved before hand and they need to check in at the office. It can be very embarrassing for you and the guest if they are denied occupancy after they have traveled many
miles because we find they do not qualify. Please make sure that your renters understand
that we are a 55+ community and a pet free Park. If you are uncertain what needs to be
done, contact Desiree in the office. Finally, we should all understand that we are responsible for the people that we allow to rent or occupy our units, so make sure they are fully
aware of the rules and regs of our Park.
When you are leaving the Park for an extended period of time (cruise, visit friends, etc. please
inform the office that you are going. Also, it would be a good idea to let the office know who
has keys to your home. In case of an emergency we will contact that person and try to prevent
further damage if possible. You might think about letting Desiree know who is responsible for
maintaining your flower bed/s. Our Park has never looked better; let's keep our Park looking
beautiful all year long. Our full time residents certainly would appreciate your help in this matter. We have people looking at our Park to purchase or rent a coach, so the Park should be in "A1"
shape at all times. Our after hours/weekend emergency phone contact number is 727-535-2424.
Recycling: By this time we all know that plastic bags, styrofoam or any other garbage
should not be put into your blue recycle bin. But, if you wish to recycle these plastic bags and
Styrofoam, you can do it at Publix Market where there are 3 bins in the front of the store. KEEP
UP THE GOOD WORK.
Reminder: Improvements to the exterior of your coaches, including window replacements,
painting and plantings outside of the planter boxes must be approved by the Park before work
begins. Some renovations may require City of Largo permits. Failure to obtain Park approval
or necessary permits may result in stop work orders and/or fines until project is in compliance.
Last but not least: I'd like recognize our administrative assistant, Desiree Leonard, for the
fine job she is doing for our Park. Thanks, Desiree. FOUR SEASONS FORUM JANUARY, 2015 S
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Homeowners Association
By Gary Skelding, President email: gn.skelding@ hotmail.com & JaniceLamore, Secretary at Hotdancer2@comcast.net
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he January HOA meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, January 7th at 7PM
in the Clubhouse. We are still collecting $20 per coach for 2014 annual
membership dues payable to Four Seasons H.O.A. and may be dropped
off to Ernest Simon at Lot #103 or mailed to Ernie at the park as he is a full time
resident. Our By-Laws are given with paid membership dues at H.O.A. meetings. Please note we need the support of every home owner for our Association
in order to be a viable concern.
If you have any issues or concerns to add to our January agenda, please provide to Janice
Lamore at hotdancer2@comast.net.
Mass & Memorial for Eileen Dodaro
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amily and friends of Eileen Dodaro have requested a Mass be said in her memory at St.
Jerome Catholic Church, 10895 Hamlin Blvd., Largo, at 12:30 pm, Sunday, January 18.
Coffee and cake will be served at the Four Seasons Clubhouse at 1:30 pm, after the mass.
All are invited to attend.
Annual Memorial Service
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our Seasons Estates conducts a memorial service annually to remember those residents and
friends who died during the past year. This year our service will be held in the clubhouse
on Sunday, February 15, at 2:00 P.M. A coffee and cake reception follows the service.
This year we will remember the following residents and friends: Richard (Dick) Bosserman,
Lawrence (Clem) Clement, Gerard (Grasshopper) Clouse, Eileen Dodaro, Bernice Fullerton,
George Gamble, Norma Greenwald, Al McGann, Bill O’Donnell, Everett Smith and Paul Wilson. If you think we have missed anyone, please contact Marilyn Franz to provide her with the details.
We encourage all residents to attend as we remember and pay respects to the families and friends
of those who have gone before us.
Notice to all new residents
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t seems there has been some confusion, about what residents belong to HOA, ROC, and
SAC. I hope this will help you decide with which group you as a resident, are associated.
ROC: (Resident Owned Community). If you own a share and your home, is in Four
Seasons Estates, you are associated with this group, and may attend all ROC meetings.
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HOA: (Home Owners Association). If you do not own a share, but own your home at
Four Seasons Estates, you are associated with this group, and may attend all the HOA meetings.
SAC: (Social Activities Club). Every resident of Four Seasons Estates is associated with
this group. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend the SAC meetings
Social Activities Club
Nora Skelding: gn.skelding@hotmail.com
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ur “Welcome Back” Dance on November 22nd, with the “Cruiser” providing the entertainment was nicely done. With over 100 guests in attendance, there was a lot of
dancing and singing, some drinking and lots of prizes to be had. Great job Verretta!
Pictured here are some new residents and long-time residents! Leon, Pat, Doris, Arthur, Lise
and Ron – thank you for joining us at our Welcome Back Dance!!
A calendar of events – “At a Glance” has been posted at the clubhouse for those interested in
planning out the events they want to attend for the winter season. If you require the clubhouse
for a private function or public event, be sure to check the availability with our Director – Bob
Mendes.
ORGANIZER HELP NEEDED
The Board has secured two dates –“saved the date” for potential dances. We need two
coordinators – one for each event - which means – you and your team sell tickets, locate DJ or
band, decorate, arrange 50/50 or raffles for the event, and have a team to clean up afterwards. The first date is Thursday, February 26, – Country Dance – the country theme was a
suggestion from last season which would include dressing the part, dancing to line dances and
a full country and western music program. We have secured the date, but need leaders to take
on the coordination of the dances.
The second is a “Farewell Dance” on Saturday, April 11. Please let us know if you will
take the lead. All of these events cannot be organized and conducted by board members – we
need volunteers to help make these activities a success.
If you would like organize any other type of event/activity – for example – a picnic, pot luck
supper, BBQ by the pool, pool party, etc. please speak with Verretta about your idea! We have
very few conflicts with events this year with those planned at Pointe West as we are sharing
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our information.
BOARD VACANCIES:
I have still not received any volunteers to coordinate the Neighborhood Watch Program for our
community. It involves a liaison with the local police, keeping residents informed of new police alerts or information and sharing noteworthy updates to our residents. Please give it some
thought, and let me know if you are interested in taking on this role. A committee is in place,
but we need someone to lead/coordinate.
OLD/WORN FLAGS
Place your old/worn flags (American and Canadian) in the basket in the clubhouse. These will
be collected throughout the year and used for the Flag Retirement Ceremony next November.
The container has been moved from the Activity room, and once the office renovations are
complete, there will be an area for placing these near the front door and more accessible to
residents. This is applicable to used eyeglasses as well.
BINGO VOLUNTEERS:
If you are looking for an easy volunteer opportunity, please consider “calling back” at Bingo on
Friday nights. As per our bingo license, bingo players cannot call back or distribute winnings.
If you help out, you will be very much appreciated! If you would like to learn to “call bingo”
or act as “banker”, please see Betty Gurn. The same people are doing this all the time and it
commits them for every week. If we have enough volunteers, we can create a schedule that
could allow for volunteering once a month or as often as you wish.
THE SHED
The Shed is full, as are the 2 storage pods, AND 3 inventory homes – with furniture and household
goods collected throughout the summer and fall. We are overflowing and very ready for the Flea
Market. (For the women in the park – we are dilated at least 10 cm. and ready to deliver…..)
Alan and his brother, Roy, and at times – Ed, have been carrying and lifting some very heavy
furniture and struggling to fit it in some tight places since last May. It would be nice to display
it on a regular basis, but it is impossible to put everything out for everyone to see. However,
we have started our own little inventory system so that if some is looking for something specific, we will have it listed and will know where to find it. We often take their role for granted. Many of us are no longer able to lift heavy objects, but without these individuals in our park
volunteering for this job, on their own time and at our whim, we would be at a great loss and
would have difficulty collecting all of these goods. So kudos to Alan, Roy and Ed for their
strength and willingness in support of the Social Activities Club!
NEXT MEETING:
The next SAC meeting is Thursday, January 8th, at 7 pm at the clubhouse. Please join in on
the discussions. We provide opportunities for feedback from the general membership so tell us
what you like or don’t like, or what you think we should be looking into. Your input helps to
provide us as board members with a broad perspective of the membership’s views, particularly
when a board vote is necessary. We look forward to seeing you and hearing your ideas! FOUR SEASONS FORUM
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Travel and Entertainment
Sandra Hansen, #452, hansens167@gmail.com,727-586-1985
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nterested in going to the Early Bird dinner theater?? I have dates reserved for each show
this season. $35.00pp (includes show, meal, & tip).
Feb. 1st - Footloose at St. Petersburg Community Theater - 20 seats only at $19.00pp, if
we have at least 10 people.
February 26-28 – Miccosukee & Key West – a fun trip for both gamblers and non-gamblers
alike. Visit Calder Casino as well as an entire day in Key West, including sunset on Mallory
Square. 3 days – 2 nights, $359 pp double.
March 23-26 – Biloxi – 4 days/3 nights – Choose between IP or the Beau Rivage Resorts. Free play, casino hopping, and some meals. IP Resort $222pp double. Beau Rivage $260pp
double – optional trip to New Orleans $30pp. May 12-15 - Join us for an unforgettable New York City Getaway. See the Empire State
Building, Rockefeller Center, Times Square, Central Park & 2 Broadway Plays. $1599 pp
double, $2099 pp single.
OVERNIGHT CASINO GAMBLING TRIP – Jan. 19-20, $139pp double occupancy,
$189 single. Check for details on the travel board. Additional dates are Feb. 9-10, and March
29-30.
See me at Lot 452 or call me at 727-586-1985 for information on these trips, cruises, and more.
50th Wedding Anniversaries in 2015
Nora Skelding, Lot 105, gn.skelding@hotmail.com
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he 50th Wedding Anniversary celebration is scheduled for March 1st. Our records indicate
that two couples will be celebrating their 50th this year. Don & Pat Wright and Ory &
Steve Wasylchuk are the known honorees thus far. We don’t want to miss anyone, so if
you were married in 1965, could you please let me know, so we can be sure you are included
in the event? Nancy Chenevert will Chair the event with Jane Parechanian and Gerri Howlett
assisting. Details of the event will be provided as they are confirmed.
2015 Annual Flea Market
Nora Skelding, #105, gn.skelding@hotmail.com
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s you read this, we are less than from our Annual Flea Market. Mark your calendars
for Saturday, January 24, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
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CHAIRPERSONS:
I posted a list of the chairpersons from last year, asking those people to acknowledge that
they are still leading these areas for this year – so, if you haven’t – I am proclaiming you are
the chairperson!!
Three chairpersons have indicated to me they are retiring, so new people are needed to
take on these 3 roles: Kitchen - providing snacks and drinks for workers on the set up day
and day of the event for customers. Traffic – coordinate the traffic on the street to ensure they
are safely directed to proper parking and shuttle areas; work with chairpersons for golf cart
shuttle and security , $elebration Dinner – decide on menu, organize purchases, coordinate
the cooking and serving at the dinner. NOTE: There are currently volunteers to do the work
on these 3 committees but we need a leader/coordinator for each. I can provide details on the
requirements of each role, so please don’t hesitate to contact me – soon!
CHAIRPERSON MEETING
The “ALL CHAIRPERSONS” meetings are scheduled for January 7th and 21ST,
right after Koffee Klatch. Prior to January 7th, I would also like to meet with Publicity,
Donations/Silent Auction and Supplies. Please let me know your availability by calling
me – I am returning January 1st. Please mark these dates in your calendar.
VOLUNTEERS (WORKER-BEES):
We will need volunteers to help again this year. If you worked last year, you will be contacted by your chairperson/coordinator to work again this year. If not, or if you are new to the
park and can assist us, please let me know via email or call me when I return January 1st. This
is one of our biggest fundraisers, and as volunteers, you make this event operate smoothly!!
RED SHIRTS!
Flea Market workers are easier to recognize if they are wearing a red shirt – so if you
haven’t already ordered a new golf shirt from Lorraine Meinert, please give it some consideration. They are very reasonably priced and she will be placing an order in early January which
will ensure delivery in time for the flea market.
SCHEDULE FOR WEEK OF FLEA MARKET
Rather than fill up a lot of space in our newsletter with details around the week of the Flea
Market, I will be posting the schedule for the week, but also look for the schedule insert in this
newsletter.
On Friday, the 23rd , WORKERS will be able to walk through and purchase items between
9:00-10:00 a.m. From 10:00-11:00 a.m. OTHER PARK RESIDENTS may come through,
but they must be wearing their park name tag! NOTE: Those people who contribute baked
goods are considered “workers”. Significant time and cost has been invested to bake these
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wonderful pastries, cakes, squares etc., and this is considered their donation of time for the Flea
Market.
On Saturday, ALL workers will be required to wear a red shirt for easy identification and special name tag. Name tags will be provided by each Committee Chairperson. No parking will
be permitted in the parking lot on Saturday.
Rolls, donuts and coffee will be served on Thursday and Saturday for workers. On Saturday of the
event, lunch will be provided (assuming we have a volunteer to chair the Kitchen Committee!).
DONATIONS
Donations are required for our raffle table and silent auction. Pat Wright (#244) and Judy Clark
Redmon (#136) are looking after these areas again this year. They require assistance to solicit
donations/gift certificates from local businesses, restaurants, hair &nail salons, car washes, etc. THIS IS A VERY IMPORTANT TASK!
Please see Pat or Judy for copies of the letter to take to local businesses that you support to seek
out donations that we can raffle. We need to ensure we do a thorough check of local businesses,
services, restaurants etc. to ensure we have some great raffle prizes. As many organizations
decide now which charities and communities they are going to support, it is important that we
solicit these organizations now. Pat and Judy will keep the donations/prizes and liquor donations and put them together into beautiful baskets.
USED ITEMS TO DONATE
We are still acquiring items, even though we are short on storage room, so if you are cleaning out closets and cupboards, please pass on any unwanted items. Take them to the shed on
Wednesday mornings if you can. Hold on to those larger items until we find some space in the
containers. We are particularly in need of jewelry – so, please go through your jewelry box and
drop off donations to Dona McKee in #434 or bring to KK on Wednesday mornings.
$ELLEBRATION DINNER TICKETS
Family members and friends who have not worked the flea market, but want to attend the $ellebration dinner, may purchase tickets for $3.00 each. NO TICKETS will be sold after Wednesday,
the 21st, at Koffee Klatch, so get them early.
TO OUR ENTIRE FOUR SEASONS COMMUNITY – Please join me in working together
to make this another successful Flea Market!
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Four Seasons Cookbooks
Jackie Gregorio #378
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our Seasons Estates cookbooks are still available. This is a great
collection of recipes from many parts of the world contributed
by former and current residents. If you have already purchased
one for yourself, think about others that might enjoy it. They make
great inexpensive birthday or hostess gifts at a cost of only $5.00 per
book. To purchase a cookbook, stop and see Jackie Gregorio at #378
or call 727-584-8236.
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Tea & Fashion Show
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hank you to everyone who attended and purchased tickets for the 50/50 and basket raffles. Because of all of you the day was a big success.
Koffee Klatch
Lorraine Meinert
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his past year has not been easy to get volunteers. A real big thank you to all who have
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Computer Club
Bob Mendes# 124, bmendes@comcast.net, 727-437-2340 or 781-326-7685 (both #s work all year)
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he computer club meets on the first and third Tuesdays (and fifth if there is one) at 10. Our January meetings will be the 6th and 20th. All residents and friends with an interest
in sharing and improving their computer skills are welcome. The computer club provides security-enabled wireless internet in the clubhouse. The name of the
network is “ccnet2.4”; see any of us or Desiree for the password. There is
no charge for park residents. In addition to problem solving, we can arrange
to have small group sessions which cover diverse areas such as electronic
book readers, pocket computers, internet telephone, and the “hidden” features
which allow you set up security on the internet browser. Everyone around
the world is experiencing more and more security problems, be they stolen
passwords or infection with the incredible number of new viruses which seem
to crop up nearly every day. Word to the wise -- be careful out there!
Because we’ve been so successful in past years, and newer residents tend to be very computer savvy, the beginners’ class is no longer being offered. If you need help with a problem,
please attend the regular meetings, where we will be very pleased to answer questions and offer
advice to the best of our collective abilities.
Arts and Crafts
Cathy Mendes, # 124, cathymen@comcast.net, 727-437-2340
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ue to circumstances beyond our control, the crafts group is not expected to be meeting
during January. Anyone needing to purchase items that may be in our existing inventory can contact Lorraine Mann during Koffee Klatch or at lot 119.
Thank you for supporting us all last season. Remember, all proceeds from the sale of our
items go directly to the Social Activities Club to support other projects.
New England Club
Bob Mendes # 124, bmendes@comcast.net, 727-437-2340 or 781-326-7685 (both numbers work
all year)
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he club meets every month throughout the season on the 2nd Sunday of each month.
Although most of our members are from one of the New England States, we also have
many members from other northeastern states and Canada.
The annual Christmas dinner and party was held December 14th at The Pub on Gulf Blvd,
followed by an evening of fun at the clubhouse.
The January meeting is scheduled for the 11th at 7PM in the Clubhouse.
SAVE THE DATE -- February 22 -- dinner show at the Early Bird.
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169 pounds that night! Thanks to all who attended and contributed. There are large blue containers near the office entrance for your
convenience. Please be certain that the items donated have not passed the
“use by” date.
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housing programs for the disabled and elderly to ensure access to food in the neighborhoods
that need it most. Children, age 5-13 years are the largest demographic receiving food from
RCS. Thank you for your past and future participation.
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f you wish to schedule the clubhouse for a function or private party, please contact me at
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Recycling Program and Trash Collection
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ur recycling program continues to be very successful. Each coach has a blue bin with
coach number on it – please be sure to use the bin when recycling the items below:
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• Clean papers including newspapers
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• Shredded paper (must be placed in a paper bag and closed over)
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BIN. THEY SHOULD BE PLACED IN YOUR REGULAR TRASH CONTAINER.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD ANY TRASH BE PUT INTO YOUR BLUE
RECYCLING BIN.
There are also recycling bins in the clubhouse Card Room for eyeglasses, cell phones,
flags, and Labels for Education. Recycling buckets are in the clubhouse at the soda machine
and by the pool. We will pick up trash and recyclables EVERY MONDAY AND THURSDAY. Please rinse any jars, bottles and cans. THANK YOU FOR HELPING OUR ENVIRONMENT.
Trash may be deposited 24/7 in the garbage dumpster behind the gate in the maintenance
area. Do not leave anything outside the gate. Our trash pickup days are Monday and Thursday
– unless a holiday falls on the usual pickup day. This will be noted in the monthly calendar.
Please put your trash in a can with a lid to deter animals from getting into it and spreading food,
etc. all over the streets.
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Pool Etiquette
I
t may be winter, but you’d never know it by looking at our lovely Four Seasons pool. Please
observe these important rules for everyone’s protection and enjoyment. 1. If you are the last one out of the pool, always be certain that the rope is secured across
the pool. Please ask your guests to be aware of the importance of this as well.
2. If you are a smoker and use the ‘butt’ buckets – please clean them out once in a while.
Make sure the ‘butts’ are completely out before you put them in the trash can.
3. The life preserver is for emergencies only – it is not a toy – do not let children play with
it in the pool.
4. Observe special times for your young visitors. Children under
the age of 16 may use the pool between the hours of 10AM
- 1PM and 5PM till dusk, and should be accompanied and controlled at the pool by their host/s or a designated adult.
5. Straighten the chairs and tables whenever you move them around – don’t leave them for
someone else to rearrange.
6. If you put an umbrella up – make sure you put it down and tie it when you leave the
pool. Winds can blow up quickly - we wouldn’t want anyone to be injured by a flying
umbrella.
7. The green wrist bands serve to identify residents and guests – it’s important for everyone’s security to know who belongs here and who doesn’t. PLEASE WEAR THEM.
8. Be sure to dispose of trash properly – there is a special covered can to recycle aluminum cans – do not put household/personal trash in the trash can – NO GLASS ALLOWED IN THE POOL AREA (this is for everyone’s safety).
9. A few folks have taken to caring for the potted plants around the pool – please help out
if the plants look like they need watering. There is a watering can by the hose along the
back wall of the clubhouse. Thanks.
Sunshine Report
Angela Shuman #144, red5hot0moma@hotmail.com
I
f you have updates on our residents, please stop by Lot 144. I have a basket
on the 2nd set of steps that you can put notes in, you may also call me at 586-2438087 or you can email me at red5hot0moma@hotmail.com, but stop by or call me since
sometimes e-mail will end up in "junk mail".
Fred Muehlebach, Lot 498, had gall bladder surgery and had some complications. Sallie
Revett, Lot 382, has been having tests and is need of prayers. Also, Sallie's daughter passed
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away on Thanksgiving. Ann Crowley's, Lot 375, sister-in-law also passed away.
Liz Teixeira, Lot 381, has been in the hospital and is now home. Irene Reda, Lot 393, was
admitted to the hospital in early December and as of this writing is in Largo Rehab on Indian
Rocks Road.
Received and read a heart felt thank you from Carolyn and Bob Schum, Lot 174, for all
the cards, goodies, and visits at this time of need. Please continue to keep them both in your
prayers as well as their family. Also a Christmas card and update was received from Faye &
Kirby Rock. Cards are posted on the bulletin board.
Dick Mann, Lot 204, is doing well following a short hospital stay in mid-December.
Happy New Year to our friends and family at Four Seasons. May this year bless you with
health, happiness, joy, love, and more!
Prayer Shawls
P
rayer shawls are beautiful gifts, made by our own park residents, to provide
comfort to those in need – recovering from illness, grief, etc. Angela Shuman
(Lot 144) has these available at her coach if you know someone in need. Donations of
new gifts are always appreciated; we only have a few shawls left!
Dial 2-1-1 Help for those in need!
J
ust dial 2-1-1 for telephone crisis intervention services and information/referrals to local
health and human services in Pinellas County. Food, shelter and clothing; physical and
mental health services or support for seniors and persons with disabilities. This service is
available day or night, 7 days a week in over 150 languages and is FREE and CONFIDENTIAL.
Your call will be answered by a trained information and referral specialist and that person
will tap into the 2-1-1’s extensive database of area services, programs and resources as he or
she guides you toward appropriate answers.
Clubhouse Decorations
Mandi Harmon-Ashley #373
M
any thanks to Ron & Lise & "George" for their help in carting the many tubs of Christmas decorations from the outside shed. Ron & "George" navigated erecting the tree
while Lise lent her nimble fingers to "fluffing" the greens. With outside help from
my daughter, wreaths & garland were hung & the tree decorated. Approx 6-7 man (woman)
hours were spent to make the hall festive. The decorations will be left up until after the New
Year when volunteers will be needed to take them down & store them for another year. The
take down goes much faster. Please let me know if you would like to help!
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4 Seasons Social Activities Club Face Book Page
Mandy Harmon-Ashley #373
O
ur page has been discovered my many newcomers! Our readership is now 115 & growing! We have posted timely happenings such as the photos from the Tea & Fashion
show & Welcome Back Dance. This page acts like the “phone tree” of old but you have
to go to our page &” like” our page to get notifications. To become a member of the page: Go
to your FaceBook page...Type 4 Seasons Social Activities Club in the white
search bar at the top .When you are on that FB page, look under the banner
picture (currently Christmas theme). Find the box marked “like” & click it.
When you click on it there should be a drop down box with choices (note:
Face Book changes things time to time). One of them is “get notifications”.
Click on it which should put a check mark next to those words. This should
send a notification when something is posted here to your e-mail box.
A Way to a Happy New Year
To leave the old with a burst of song
To recall the right and forgive the wrong
To forget the things that bind you fast
To the vain regrets of the year that’s past
To have the strength to let go your hold
Of the not worthwhile of the days grown old
To dare go forth with a purpose true
To the unknown task of the year that’s new
To help your brother along the road
To do his work and lift his load
To add your gift to the world’s good cheer
Is to have and to give a Happy New Year!
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Early riser vs. nighthawk: Who’s better off?
Are you the early bird who gets the worm, or a night owl burning the midnight oil? The answer
may have an impact on your health—and even your career.
One study cited in U.S. News & World Report found that teens who are early to bed and early
to rise tend to be in better health than their peers who stay up late and sleep in, even if they get
the same amount of sleep. And other studies suggest that morning people do better at resisting
fatigue, anxiety, and depression, while nighthawks appear to suffer higher rates of insomnia
and ADHD. The stay-up-late crowd may also have a higher propensity for substance abuse,
addictive behaviors, and mental health problems.
But being a night owl has its advantages, too. Research also indicates that they can have higher
IQs, more stamina during the day, better reasoning and analytical skills, and greater creativity
and productivity. These traits, along with an inclination toward more risk-taking, seem to contribute to night owls having a higher average level of financial and career success.
The Mayo Clinic website notes that our sleeping habits are governed by the body’s natural 24hour cycle, known as the circadian rhythm. Some people have a slightly longer light-to-dark
ratio, making them night owls; others with a short cycle tend to be early risers. However, the
cycle can shift over a person’s lifetime: Young children are usually early birds, then become
nighthawks as teenagers, then gradually transition back to being morning people as adults.
Eat right to avoid the flu
It’s never too late to protect yourself (and your friends and family) from the flu. A flu shot may be
your best line of defense, but you can also keep the flu virus at bay with help from these foods:
• Chicken soup. Once again, your mother was right. Chicken soup provides fluids that help
fight off viruses, and it can reduce inflammation and other symptoms of the flu.
• Garlic. Compounds in garlic (also onions) known as allion and allicin have an antiviral
impact. For maximum effect, chew a raw clove every three to four hours. If necessary, try
chopping the clove into smaller pieces to swallow like pills.
• Pumpkin seeds. The zinc in pumpkin seeds is said to help white blood cells fight off disease.
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broccoli, sweet potatoes, and otherfoods) can reduce cold and flu symptoms by up to 25
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Community Media Newsletter Distribution
Mandi Harmon-Ashley #373
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hese are your Community Media (Newsletter) delivery persons. Please DO NOT call
them until AFTER the 1st of the month if you haven't received your newsletter. There may
be extras at the clubhouse. We are always looking for new helpers to deliver especially
in the winter as back-ups. Let Mandi #373 know if you can help.
Coach #s:
Coach #s:
349-377 Ann Crowley 584-9253
100-123 Natalie Eustace 727-643-2758
124-146 Judy Clark-Redmon 321-626-0337 378-397 Hazel Cyr 481-0051
398-422 Marilyn Franz 584-2087
148-185 Paul Rumbold 584-6685
423-453 Angie & Ernie Simon 330-414-7761
186-227 Hazel Cyr 481-0051
454-484 Jim Degenhart 581-7435
228-243 Shirley Larche 581-0213
485-504 Jackie Ferreira 588-9563 (Harold Bell
300-321 Natalie Eustace 727-643-2758
508-833-0001)
323-348 Jane Hudgins 434-489-6283
Committee Chairpersons
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Arts & Crafts..........................Cathy Mendes
Bingo...........................................Betty Gurn
Birthdays & Anniversaries
................................................Beryle Patton
Bowling....................................Sharyl Mann
Bridge.................................. Deanna Bernier
Computer Club......................... Bob Mendes
Bernie Johnston
Decorations..............Mandi Harmon-Ashley
Emcee of Koffee Klatch..............Betty Gurn
................................................. James Patton
Flea Market............................Nora Skelding
Flea Market Pickup..... Alan Fullerton, #437
FMO Representative...............Janice Lamore
Kitchen Supplies..................Jackie Gregorio
Koffee Klatch.................... Lorraine Meinert
Ladies Luncheon..................Jackie Gregorio
Librarian............................... Martha Roman
...............................................Janice Lamore
Medical Shed......................... Paul Rumbold
Gerald Moir
Men’s Luncheon................. Pete Vanderplow
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Music .................................... Marilyn Franz
Neighborhood Watch Committee..................
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Newsletter Editor.................... Beryle Patton
............................................... Marilyn Franz
Newsletter Dist.........Mandi Harmon-Ashley
Organ Club............................. Marilyn Franz
Pancakes..................................... Don Wright
.......................................... Lorraine Meinert
Potluck......................................By Volunteer
Shed Keeper............................... Ed Shuman
Shufflebd.............................Bruce Pimental
Sunshine Lady..................... Angela Shuman
Teleph. Directory.....................Diane Guckin
TicketMaster........................... Marina Badali
Travel...................................... Sandy Hansen
Welcome Person.......................Angie Simon
50th Anniversary Party.......Nancy Chenevert
........................................... Jane Parechanian
Split Club (KK).......................Dave Crowley
Tom Ritchie
Pete Vanderplow
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EmporiuM
10 WORDS for $8.55 - Each additional word is 80¢
Your Ad Will Appear in 60 Mobile Home Park Newsletters
NO ADS ACCEPTED BY PHONE OR EMAIL
Sat. Jan 17th, 2015, 8:00a.m. - 1:00p.m.
ANNUAL RUMMAGE AND BAKE
SALE, Boca Ciega MHP, 11200 WalsBINGO, SUGAR CREEK MHP, EV- ingham Rd, Largo. Breakfast/Lunch
ERY THURSDAY, SALES CLOSE served
6:30P,10265ULMERTONRDLARFREE SEMINAR: A retired contractor
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nar at your clubhouse. Call Tony Fania,
BINGO, Thursday Nights, 6:30p.m., 973-479-1248 (cell)
EVENTS & PROGRAMS
ANNUALFleaMarket-FourSeasons
Estates, Largo- Saturday, January 24,
2015 8am-1pm. $1.00 Early Bird entry
fee 7:30-8:00am. Offering furniture,
clothing, tools, jewelry, linens, books,
etc., homemade baked goods, snack
bar,raffles.Freegolfcartshuttleservice. Join us at 13225 101st St., behind
LargoMall,justoffUlmertonRd.,beside Golden Corral.
Suncoast Woodcarvers Annual Show,
January 17 - 18, 2015, 10 AM to 4 PM,
Paradise Island Clubhouse, 1001 Star- Sat. Jan. 31, 2015 - Community Sale - Seminole Recreation Center 9100 113
key Rd., Largo, 4 blocks south of East 8AM - 1PM, Paradise Island Section of Street N, Seminole FL, Food, Vendors,
Bay. Kitchen open 4 to 6p.m. Dinner Lake Haven MHP, Main St. (SR580) Demos, Free Parking, Admission $3.
specials, sandwiches, Fries, desserts, & Lake Haven Rd. (W of Keene/ $1 off the regular price with this ad
drinks, ice cream, floats and sundaes. CR1), Dunedin. Housewares, Linens,
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Furniture, Baked Goods, Raffle BasWhen selling on consignment
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Dunedin, Many Yard Sales, Sat Jan
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Clubhouse, Lake Rd (between 142nd
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EARLY BIRD Admission $1.00 @ SewingMachine813/891-9686
8:00. Arts & Crafts, Furniture, Kitchen Items, Linens, Clothing, Jewelry.
Baked Goods and Raffles. Breakfast Note: Emporium is 2 pages
this month.
and Lunch served.
FEBRUARY AD DEADLINE - JANUARY 10, 2014
• Advertise BUY, SELL, TRADE ITEMS by sending copy & check to Monthly Media at P.O. Box 1023, Venice, FL 34284.
• Ads over 10 words must be accompanied by $.80 per extra word or publisher will edit. • No mobile home sales, no
professional products or services. SORRY: No ads accepted by phone or email. DEADLINE: 10th OF EACH MONTH.
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Your Ad Will Appear in 60 Mobile Home Park Newsletters
NO ADS ACCEPTED BY PHONE OR EMAIL
ARTICLES FOR SALE
BUYING COIN COLLECTIONS.
Proof and mint sets, old coins, currency, $.03 for "Wheaties", American
Flyer Trains. 688-9871
FOR SALE-OLD EMBRORERIED
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FEBRUARY AD DEADLINE - JANUARY 10, 2014
• Advertise BUY, SELL, TRADE ITEMS by sending copy & check to Monthly Media at P.O. Box 1023, Venice, FL 34284.
• Ads over 10 words must be accompanied by $.80 per extra word or publisher will edit. • No mobile home sales, no
professional products or services. SORRY: No ads accepted by phone or email. DEADLINE: 10th OF EACH MONTH.
Monthly Mania: It Pays (Up to $100) To Patronize the Advertisers in Your Newsletter
14,492 manufactured home residents have won over $124,374 since our contest began. It's simple to play ... when you patronize a
current advertiser, ask for a Monthly Mania ticket (or a reasonable facsimile) and fill it out completely. Put the ticket in our Monthly Mania drop
box in your community or mail your paid reciept to us at Monthly Media ● PO Box 1023 ● Venice, FL 34284. That's all you do. At the end of
the month the Publishers will pick up the tickets and hold a drawing. If your ticket is drawn, we mail you a check.
(Allow 4-6 weeks for mailing of check). This month's cash winners are:
Bonnie Moen ......... $100 ................... Gulf Coast LLC
Betty Panek ............ $5 ........... Knoblach Hearing Care
Alan Rusk ............. $10 ..Natures Resource Pest Control
Ruth Walpole ......... $5 .........Kathy’s Cleaning Service
Clif Haseltine ........ $10 ............ Suncoast Auto & Tire
Gerald Russell ....... $5 ........................ Mitchell Siding
Jack Allen ............. $10 ......... Jones & Sons Plumbing
Judy Mootsey......... $5 ................ The Plumbing Patrol
Rod Olson ............. $10 .........Appliance Specialty Inc
Donna Miller ......... $5 ............. Ray Duncan Plumbing
Margaret Steward... $10 ........................Debbie’s Salon
John Mackay .......... $5 ........Modern Air Conditioning
Nancy Peterson ...... $10 ............. Doll Brothers Carpet
Roger Wilson......... $5 ...................... Royal Enterprise
Alice Godzich ....... $10 ......................Socia’s Painting
Judith Hedges ........ $5 ..................Dr. Peter M. Mason
Betty Jones............. $10 ..................... Ron Wyngarden
Barbara Mastrogianis $5 ........Sunset Appliance Service
Sara Schmidt......... $10 ................... Medicine Shoppe
Roger Schnabel...... $5 ...... Haseney Electrical Service
Mullen Denis ......... $10 ......................Notebooks Plus
Nancy Lenard ........ $5 ........ Florida Anchor & Barrier
Mary Bermke ........ $10 ...Natures Resource Pest Control
Pat Ruedy............... $5 ..... Florida Anchor and Barrier
Delight Colby ........ $10 ......... Knoblach Hearing Care
Evelyn Grabe ......... $5 .. E&E Gliddon Air Conditioning
Jean Taylor ............. $10 Heller’s Mobile Home Washing
Theresa Kirke ........ $5 ........Chambers Specialties Inc.
Jeanne Sheppard .... $5 ..Heller’s Mobile Home Washing
Ron Nickerson ...... $5 ............... Doll Brothers Carpet
Joyce Parker ........... $5 ...................Boss Electric Corp
Shirley Frew........... $5 ...................Dunedin Plumbing
Kathy Gregory ....... $5 ................ Bill The Carpet Guy
Art Taylor .............. $5 ......................Dunedin Electric
Nancy James .......... $5 .......................Bob’s Appliance
Rebecca Dart ......... $5 ........Barron’s Air Conditioning
Marilyn Sorrell ...... $5 ..................... Century Awnings
JoAnn McMunigle $5 .............Denny’s Plumbing, Inc
Art Temple............. $5 .. Bob’s Mobile Home Washing
William Krawczyk . $5 ...................Boss Electric Corp
Paul Harris............. $5 ....... ASC Aluminum Specialty
James Erickson ..... $5 ........................Socia’s Painting
Richard Schuneman $5 ............... AJ’s Bed & Furniture
Clif Haseltine ........ $5 .............. Suncoast Auto & Tire
Margaret Price ....... $5 ............ Air Masters of Pinellas
Jean Davis .............. $5 ........ Jones and Sons Plumbing
David Terry ........... $5 ........ Jones and Sons Plumbing
Bonnie Pengelly..... $5 ............ Air Masters of Pinellas
• Limit of one ticket per visit • Advertiser may have up to 4 winners per month • Advertiser must have bill paid current to qualify • No
purchase necessary • Contest void where prohibited by law • Green tickets available at participating Monthly Media advertisers.
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